Dates in 2020 will be guided by federal and provincial health directives, as well as the NCC Framework for Public Use of Its Assets, which will see the return to the regular use of assets, including the NOKIA Sunday Bikedays program, in Phase 3.

We are, however, working to provide more access to NCC parkways on weekends for pedestrians and cyclists. More information will be posted on our framework web page as it becomes available.

Since 1970, the NCC has hosted Sunday Bikedays, allowing cyclists to experience the Capital’s scenic parkways car-free. Today, the program provides more than 50 kilometres of parkways to hundreds of thousands of visitors, who enjoy seeing the Capital Region from a different perspective and in a fun and environmentally friendly way. The program has been replicated in many other cities around the globe.

NOKIA Sunday Bikedays, the Capital’s popular program, is organized by the National Capital Commission (NCC), in collaboration with long-term title sponsor NOKIA, and major sponsors, the Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada (PIPSC) and Service Plus.

Choose your parkways

Dates for 2020 to be announced later.

Explore NOKIA Sunday Bikedays

Enjoy summer Sundays cycling along car-free roads, and experience the beauty of Canada's Capital Region in a fun and environmentally friendly way.